Triumph’s Street Triple RX is an updated version of the popular Street Triple but with a Triumph Daytona 675 seat unit and red subframe.
The standard Street Triple and Street Triple R are already brilliant road bikes, and it looks like Triumph has taken that naked bike concept one stage further with the new limited-edition Triumph Street Triple RX.
The new bike, revealed at today’s Cologne Motorcycle Show features a red rear subframe taken from the Daytona 675. It also has red wheels, a seat cowl, belly pan and fly screen sitting on top of the bug eye headlights.
The chassis is the same twin spar aluminium structure as the Street Triple. There’s fully adjustable KYB forks front and rear, Nissin ABS calipers, and ABS. Of course, being a Street Triple you also get that glorious three-cylinder motor derived from the Daytona 675 but with 105bhp.
No prices are yet available but the Street Triple RX comes in silver with matching red wheels, and that red subframe and will be on sale early 2015 in UK Triumph dealers.